Extra Time to Test your Mobile App in the Cloud from TestObject

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote a guest blog post at the testobject.com blog about Robotium Recorder. My post is more like a tutorial on how to install and use the Recorder in order to setup a nAndroid test environment. The guys from TestObject liked my post and therefore they offered me some free giveaways … Read more

The Testing Map

Last week I found a nice interactive testing mind map called: http://thetestingmap.org/. The mind includes testing topics like: Methodology Usage of Methodology Process Tools Support Activities Principles Soft Skills Social Technology Currently the mind map is in progress. As you can see on the map, there are lots of ‘in progress’ and ‘help wanted’ signs. I really … Read more

The State of Mobile Software Quality 2014

The company keynote surveyed nearly 2000 mobile professionals to get a better overview of the mobile testing world. The main topics in the survey are: How the organizations are structured for the mobile business? What are the biggest challenges? What kind of tools are they using to assure a high quality? See the results in … Read more

How to stress test your iOS app

My last blog post was about stress testing your android app. Today I found another interesting stress testing tool for iOS. The tool is called UI AutoMonkey. The tool is really simple and can be added directly to your xCode project. UI AutoMonkey runs in UIAutomation and Instruments. All you have to do is to … Read more

How to stress test your Android app with Monkey

Today I want to show you a small nice tool, to stress test your Android app. The tool is called monkey and is part of the Android SDK. The tool is not new, but I didn’t had the chance/ time to work with the tool.

Monkey is a program that runs on your device or emulator. While running it is generating pseudo-random user events such as touch, click, rotate, swipe, mute the phone, shutdown wifi and many more, to stress test your app and to see how your app is handling all those inputs.

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